I'm not going to argue with what you're saying, but if it's one thing we farmers are good at, is spending every dime we take in and then some, thus putting it right back into the economy. All in all, it's a pretty good investment made by the u.s. govt.
I was under the impression high time to sell beans started back in the middle of September and runs until the end of the year when brazil starts their harvest. And from what i've heard so far, the crop in Brazil is kick-ass. Still don't know for sure if they've gotten much better at transporting them to the port for shipment, though. That's always been a known problem. It's a wonder the chinese havn't helped them out on that yet, or maybe they are?